ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students)

Degree Program


Year of Graduation


Faculty Advisor

Geoff G. Parker

Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 9-11-2018


The number of gas-fired electricity generation power plants has increased throughout the United States due to its economic and environmental advantages. However, the peak demand of both electricity and natural gas during extreme cold weather leads to price spikes in energy price. Therefore, improvements to align electricity and gas market are necessary for a more reliable electricity supply. In this project, a platform design of a co-optimization market for both electric and natural gas market was proposed and simulation experiments of pipeline operations were conducted. The optimized results indicate the efficiency advancements of the gas trading market.

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